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the woman who had two navels is an interesting story thats why our professor gave this as a project. i need the full summary of this story in order for me to apply it in our reporting subject. im hoping that i can have it. i think this website is a big help for me, my friend told me to search on this site thats why im here. i really need this story so please help me. im a 3rd year student of Bulacan State University Bustos Campus in Bulacan. well, i can say that this research is a challenge for me because i really dont have a clue on where site im going to open just to have this story, im so stressed.. so please let me have this story.. im so desperate because this is one of our projects. nick joaquin is the author of this story. he is one of the national artist of our filipino literature. Philippine novelist, poet, playwright, and essayist writing in English, the National Artist for Literature. Joaquin is widely considered the best postwar author in his country. He has written largely about the Spanish colonial period and the diverse heritage of the Filipino people. Often he deals with the coexistence of 'primitive' and 'civilized' dimensions inside the human psyche. In his short story 'The Summer Solstice,' set in the 1850s, Joaquin portrayed the collision between instincts and refined culture. Doña Lupeng first rejects ancient beliefs, but under the spell of the moon, she becomes possessed by the spirit of the Tadtarin cult - she does not want to be loved and respected anymore but adored as the embodiment of the matriarchal powers.

Poet, fictionist, essayist, biographer, playwright, and National Artist, decided to quit after three years of secondary education at the Mapa High School. Classroom work simply bored him. He thought his teachers didn't know enough. He discovered that he could learn more by reading books on his own, and his father's library had many of the books he cared to read. He read all the fiction he could lay his hands on, plus the lives of...

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